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I’m really not sure about this film. After watching the trailer below everything looks overly stylized, over processed and excessively digital. Have a look and judge for yourself.

2012 was a milestone year for comics at the movies. Marvel’s characters blew everything else away in the biggest movie-event of the summer and the general interest in comic characters reached new heights as ‘nerdism’ was celebrated among civilians as being cool once more.  Hurray. So what now, movie-wise? The strong momentum needs to be carried forward into 2013 without…

Last updated on September 27th, 2011 at 07:55 amThis week Comic Culture hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija old comic books selling for tons of money, the new Ghost Rider movie, the new Sin City movie, comic book “pressing”, as well as a complete recap of the just finished Fan Expo held in Toronto so kick back, relax and enjoy …

Last updated on October 27th, 2011 at 08:06 pmMuch like Ed and Scott did this week, I’m kind of going off the beaten path of my regular comic book subjects… ok, I know I’ve spoken about pro wrestling a few times in here but that doesn’t count because pro wrestling is pretty much living breathing comics… sort of… Anyhow, I’ve…

As I’ve mentioned, this summer is yet again chock full of comic book based movies. Some I’m looking forward to (Captain America), others not so much (Green Lantern). For the record, the film I’m looking forward to more than anything this summer is Kung Fu Panda 2. Seriously. The first Kung Fu Panda was not only well written but the…

Twilight Zone #84, Gold Key, June 1978 There are many collecting strains within the comic book collecting hobby. First appearances, first issues, publishers, titles, battle covers, love triangle covers, risqué covers, comics mentioned in SOTI, variant prices on covers, variant covers, etc, etc, etc. Another popular collecting strain focuses on the creators. Good artists and writers earn large and devoted…

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Last updated on April 25th, 2013 at 07:26 amWe’re coming up on our first year of Comic Book Daily and I’ve managed to interview a whole lot of artists at different points in their career, and I can honestly say that the interviews that are the most fun are the ones with young, undiscovered talent. The energy and enthusiasm that…